Springtime in Texas

March 25, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Springtime in Texas brings out some of the best scenery you will find.  When there's rain that is.  You see, last year Texas suffered through one of the worst droughts in its history.  When there's lack of rain, there's a lack of vegetation.  When there's a lack of vegetation, everything is blah.  This year, we've had plenty of rain since the beginning of the year and everything is grand!  This means the annual wildflowers that pop up in the springtime are blooming spectacularly!  Especially the bluebonnets, Texas' state flower.  When those are in bloom, they can make everything look better.  Including an old rusted building.  I'm not sure what this building is or was, but don't you think it looks great with all of the bluebonnets around it?  I do.  I took this out on Ranch Road 1320 between Stonewall and Johnson City.  Not sure exactly where out that way, but at least that's the road Eileen and I were on.

I hope you enjoy this shot and the next few I post will be of similar shots I've taken while out in the hill country.



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